Cafe Homestead’s Christmas Dinner Event – Dec 2015

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Cafe Homestead Christmas Dinner Event, Saturday December 19th 2015


Cafe Homestead Closed Saturday, December 5th for Special Event!!!

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Cafe Hours Announcement


Cafe Homestead’s Upcoming Weekend Dinner Event – Dec 2014

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70 pounds of Potato Salad!!!

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Coleslaw and Potato Salad that didn’t come from people you’ve never met in places you’ve never heard of…….

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Getting ready for our annual Sorghum Festival on Labor Day this weekend turned out to be a wonderful family friendly opportunity. It wasn’t just family friendly because my daughters and a few of their friends came to help make the food to be served. It seemed more so because we were able to help someone who wasn’t able to find all the help she needed at the last minute to make what needed making for over 1500 people coming on Monday morning.


Every year on Labor Day we celebrate the harvest (hopefully an abundant one) of our Sweet Sorghum (a molasses like syrup used to sweeten). For days before many of our young men gather together to chop the Sorghum and set it out to dry. Then on Labor Day, we invite family, friends, and the larger surrounding community to come and celebrate as we press the sorghum cane through our horse-drawn sorghum press and cook it down into jars of delicious sorghum syrup. The day is filled with abundant selections of food, crafts, demonstrations and, a good ole-fashioned bluegrass music and singing celebration.IMG_0156

All this is to say, that having the chance to work with and serve someone in your family who had a need is something that brings great joy. It’s been said that, “Love is it’s own reward”. We’re excited to share the fruit of our reward with our friends and community in the way of really good potato salad and coleslaw! Hope you can come!

French Toast with Roasted Apples!!!

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This morning’s breakfast special has turned out to be a whopper!  It was French Toast with Roasted Apples.  We take two pieces of Artisan Ovens fresh Challah bread and make classic French toast. Then we cover them with apples roasted in cinnamon butter and smother them with vanilla custard and caramel sauce!

French Toast with Roasted Apples

French Toast with Roasted Apples: French toast topped with roasted apples, vanilla custard and caramel sauce. Served with a side of grass-fed beef breakfast sausage links.

We ran out of this special at 9:00 a.m.!!! I don’t if it’s the time of year for the warm ‘appley’ (don’t know if that’s a word) feeling or what, but we went through two loaves of challah bread in just over an hour. I ran up to Homestead Grocery Store to see if they had any spare loaves and to our great disappointment, they were also out. So……rather than pull the special completely, we replaced the challah bread with our fresh Artisan Ovens Whole Wheat bread and voila! It was just as delicious, just slightly less puffy!

Be sure to come by the Cafe on Saturday mornings for one of Waco’s only all-natural, organic, and local breakfasts!!! We’re open at 7:00 a.m. and we serve breakfast until 11:00 a.m. Be sure and watch the blog to find out what our new breakfast special will be each week!


March Farm to Table Dinner Menu

Posted by on Mar 7, 2012 in Blog | Comments Off on March Farm to Table Dinner Menu

Well our date is set and our menu is ready for March’s version of our monthly Farm to Table Dinners. We told many of you that we were tossing around some different ideas for this month’s cuisine theme ranging anywhere from Ethiopian to French or Italian. Well after a near calendar connection with our Ethiopian Chef, we went for the Italian theme! Hopefully we can connect with our friend from Ethiopia in the next month or two.

However, our Italian dinner is going to be one you won’t forget. Someone visiting our Cafe earlier this week commented on how we could connect an Italian dinner with an Irish holiday (it’s on St. Patrick’s day if you haven’t picked up on that yet). He said that Irish is predominantly Catholic and the Holy Roman Church is in Rome and Rome is in Italy, so we can say that we’re sort of celebrating an Italian holiday, albeit indirectly. I’m not so sure the connection fits, but I will say that it’ll be a great way to celebrate St. Patrick’s day. Just take a look at our menu and I think you’ll agree…



Hope you can make it! If you have any questions or comments, let us know!

If you’d like to register just follow this link!!!!     REGISTER for MARCH FARM TO TABLE DINNER!!!


Our plate is FULL!!!

Posted by on Feb 9, 2012 in Blog | 2 comments

Well, our February Farm to Table Dinner is getting off to a good start. Our registration has filled up!

If you’ve tried to register and were unable, please call me or contact me via email and we’ll put you on the wait list in case of cancellations or we’ll keep you in mind first for our next dinner.

Be looking for our next month’s menu to be coming out in the next week or so!

For those of you who registered, look forward to seeing you Saturday night!!!!!!!!

February’s Farm to Table Dinner Announced

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The menu is final and the date is set! Cafe Homestead’s featured Farm to Table dinners have returned.

If you didn’t receive an email notification, please follow this link and you can find out all you need to know and even register.

Hope to see you all there!!!!



Almost There

Posted by on Jan 20, 2012 in Blog | Comments Off on Almost There

Well, we’re pulling together everything we can to bring you our best Farm to Table Dinner yet. We’ve spent the past two weeks finding and pulling together as many local sources as we can to provide you with a truly ‘local’ and organic dinner experience.

We’ll have your menu and invitation forthcoming very soon. Look forward to seeing you all at our next dinner!